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With reference to the UGC Notification in October 2018, stating that
3.1 The instructions contained in this Notification shall be in suppression to its earlier public notice dated 23.04.2007 and its Notification dated 16th
December,2016.It shall be applicable to Undergraduate, Postgraduate and research programs run by universities included under section 2(f) of UCG Act,
together with all colleges under their affiliating domain and institutions declared as deemed to be universiies under Section 3 of the UCG Act.
3.2 The provisions contained in this Notification shall come into force with immediate effect and shall have regulatory forces on extent as well as future grievances over issues and
matters covered herein.
We propose to amend the existing Fee refund policy applicable for students’ withdrawal o their admission from University.
The policy as stated by UGC shall be in force from Academic session 2019-20. The same is under:
4.3.1 If a student chooses to withdraw from the programme of study in which he/she is enrolled, the situation concerned shall follow the following
five-tier system for the refund of fees* remitted bt the student.
4.1.4 In case od (1) in the table above, the HEI concerned shall deduct an amount not more than 5% of the fees paid by the student, subject to a maximum of Rs.
5,000/- as processing charges from the refundable amount.
4.1.5 Fees shall be all HEIs to an eligible student within fifteen days from the date of receiving a written application from his/her in this regard.
Hostel fee / Mess charges payments: